Eleven sax players were asked to improvise together in a large, resonant space with the aim of creating a collective sound, with no musical structure other than that. The space was the Icebox at Crane Arts in Philadelphia; our group was one of 18 half-hour sets from mid-afternoon until evening, August 22, 2015. There were two baritones, one soprano, and the rest altos and tenors and playing them were Skyler Hagner, Elliott Levin, Bill Dunlap, David Fishkin, Kyle Press, Nicholas Thompson-Brown, Heath Watts, Jeff Gregorio, Hugh Wattles, Jack Wright, and Matt Lee. The first Saxophone Soup was at the 1984 East Coast Free Music Festival in Philadelphia, and a few other times since then, all a project of Spring Garden Music (springgardenmusic.com). The enthusiasm of the players was such that it will certainly happen again in different locations. The basic idea is that anyone who can play the saxophone well enough to make a sound for a half hour is welcome to join.